The World’s Heaviest Hamburger Made by Ted Reader

Famous Canadian chef and food entertainer Ted Reader and his assistants made huge hamburger which weights 590 pounds (about 267 kilograms) and now they are waiting official confirmation from Guinness World Records that this was the world’s heaviest hamburger.

Ted and his assistants made this huge hamburger yesterday in Toronto, Canada. They used about 300 pounds of beef meat. The previous record holder was an 84-kilograms hamburger. They had to make a specially designed grill for this purpose only to bake the meat. The whole cooking process lasted about six hours.

Ted Reader is award-wining food entertainer who hosts different TV and radio cooking shows. He is especially dedicated to create “real food for real people”. Well, I guess that real people like when their hamburger is bigger, no matter how big, because it is newer too big and it always can be bigger and better, lol.

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